Tag Archives: U.S. News & World Report

Bottom Lines Fall 2014

Bottom Lines “There’s no reason for anyone in South Florida to panic.” Pascal J. Goldschmidt, senior VP for medical affairs, dean of the Miller School of Medicine, and CEO of the University of Miami Health System, with Jackson Health System CEO Carlos A. Migoya, in an October 9 op-ed in The Miami Herald, addressing concerns […]

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The Eyes Have It, Again

National report renames Bascom Palmer as its pick for the number one eye hospital For the 11th year in a row, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute has been named the nation’s top spot for eye health in the U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Hospitals” issue for 2014-15. “To be named No. 1 is a great […]

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Wired for Learning

The University of Miami ranked No. 4 on U.S.News & World Report’s first-ever ranking of the “Most Connected Colleges,” released in December. UM, which has Wi-Fi in all of its college housing facilities, was selected from 1,471 schools that submitted responses to the U.S. News Best Colleges statistical survey. Ranking factors included percentage of housing […]

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